The Unz Review carried a brilliant review of my 2012 book ‘terror on the Tube’ about the London Bombings of 2005, by Anthony C. Black.

In the Comments, Arthur McBride added

“”For any who may not know, Nicholas Kollerstrom PhD (History of Science, Astronomy) has also written “Breaking the Spell / The Holocaust; Myth & Reality.”

Now in its 5th edition (2019), Dr Kollerstrom was fired from an honorary teaching post at University College London for publishing this book.
It’s an interesting evidentiary work, using Enigma transcripts —

In 1941, British Intelligence analysts cracked the German “Enigma” code. This undermined the German war effort – but also threw new light on day-by-day events in the Nazi concentration camp system. Between January 1942 and January 1943, encrypted radio communications between those camps and the Berlin headquarters were intercepted and decrypted.”

The author Anthony black then added

” Thanks for mentioning ‘Breaking the Spell’….a superb volume, and one that I have long thought of doing an ‘overview’ of. Of course, there are many who will simply and mindlessly dismiss Kollerstrom as a ‘Holocaust denier’ when, in fact, his work is a sober, scientific analysis of the latest findings from the last three decades of newly released material, i.e. the British Intel decrpyts, the chemical analyses of samples taken from the walls of the ‘gas chambers’ at Auschwitz, the Bad Arolsen Archive releases, etc. However, in attempting such a project I am only too aware of the likely consequences, i.e. instant and profound condemnation. Indeed, I suspect that just by virtue of having done an essay on a book by Kollerstrom, i.e. ‘Terror on the Tube’, and having nothing to do with the ‘Holocaust’, I have already been blacklisted from many ‘progressive’ sites, e.g. Off-Guardian – with whom I had just prior published two other essays – not only refused to publish this present essay, but cut off all communication with me following my submission. Global Research – again, with whom I had previously published with great success – has refused to accept any further essays from me. This, then, is a subject that is riven with serious risk for any writer or researcher. Still, now that I am retired from my day job…and now that Ron Unz has been good enough to publish some of my more recent essays….I may soon get down to the job of doing the review on ‘Breaking the Spell’. A. Black “

then ‘Truth Vigilante’ added a comment about my book ‘Chronicles of False Flag Terror’ as ‘yet another great read.’